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Simplify TempVector Offset from IR #4857



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MarcusDenker commented Oct 7, 2019

simplify getting the index from the temp vector from the IR

  • make sure that we ask the right scope
  • simplify the code on the IR Level
  - make sure that we ask the right scope
  - simplify the code on the IR Level

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MarcusDenker commented Oct 8, 2019

The idea behind this change: #indexInTempVectorFromIR: was always asking the method scope. This means that # tempVectorNamed: there was implemented to search the whole IR tree for the temp vector.

Now we instead get first the definition scope of the vector (using #tempVectorDefinitionScopeForTempStoringIt) and then ask that scope, There we can be 100% sure that a temp vector is defined in the IR sequence.

This in turn then allows us to radically simplify tempVectorNamed: to just call it on the sequence.

Lots of checking code can be removed (e.g. hasTempVector:, #blockHasTempVector: and so on).

The step after this is to simplify tempVectorDefinitionScopeForTempStoringIt, for that we have issue #4843

(instead of calling #tempVectorDefinitionScopeForTempStoringIt we then can just do "originalVar scope")

@MarcusDenker MarcusDenker merged commit c5a5933 into pharo-project:Pharo8.0 Oct 9, 2019
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